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Prof. O'Connell comments on al- Marri charges

Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law, applauded yesterday’s announcement that the Justice Department would move the case of the only enemy combatant to be held on...

Prof. Garnett Presents at Villanova Conference

Notre Dame Professor of Law Richard Garnett participates in Villanova University School of Law’s third annual John F. Scarpa Conference on Law, Politics, and Culture today, Feb. 19. The conference...

Prof. Nicole Garnett Wins Paul M. Bator Award

The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies will present the prestigious Paul M. Bator Award to Notre Dame Professor of Law Nicole Garnett. The award recognizes a young...

Garnett Statement on Obama Faith-based Initiative

According to Notre Dame Professor of Law Richard Garnett, President Obama’s decision to continue allowing faith-based agencies to receive public funds for their social-welfare services is welcome and correct. Garnett...

Peace and Reconciliation in Northern Uganda

FeaturingArchbishop John Baptist OdamaArchdiocese of Gulu, UgandaArchbishop John Baptist Odama has played a prominent role in promoting peace and reconciliation amidst one of the world’s most gruesome conflicts. He has...

Speaker to Discuss Rumsfeld and War Crimes

Wolfgang Kaleck, a German human rights lawyer, will discuss the cases he has filed in German and French courts against former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and other Bush administration...

Pro Bono in Appalachia

Six 2L and 3L students will engage in pro bono work in Appalachia over spring break, March 8-14. The Law School’s Pro Bono at Notre Dame Program organized the trip...